A feasibility study into a virtual deep water port in the Firth of Forth has been commissioned by a newly-formed group to promote Dundee as a decommissioning hub.
A safety specialist is eyeing a move to Dundee to capitalise on upcoming decommissioning projects.
Dundee City Council’s leader has hit back at critics who say the local authority isn’t doing enough to attract jobs to the city.
A North Sea vessel owned by energy giant Shell will spend three months in the Port of Dundee later this year as part of its decommissioning process.
A withheld report setting out the rationale for the Scottish Government’s backing for an ultra deep water decom hub in Shetland has been published.
Dundee’s ambitions to become a major renewable energy and decom hub have received a further shot in the arm after global heavy lift specialist ALE agreed a new tie-up at the city’s port.
A decommissioning specialist has taken a step closer to setting up a scrapping facility at the Fife birthplace of numerous oil rigs.
Hundreds of jobs and tens of millions in new investment are being promised to Dundee by a decommissioning company behind plans to build Moonraker, the UK’s largest offshore heavy lift vessel.
New technology, engagement with regulators and knowledge sharing will be among the issues addressed at a major decommissioning conference in St Andrews later this month.
Dundee decommissioning chief claims Shetland port choice is politically motivated and could cost taxpayer £100 million
The man leading Dundee’s bid to be a decommissioning hub has blasted a decision to develop ultra deep facilities at a rival port, claiming the bill for taxpayers could reach £100 million.